Vivec Nerevarine Palace

Berth: 30+, various suites + servants quarters
Location: Vivec
Unique Features: New canton in Vivec (should not conflict with Latest Greatest Housing Mod), mostly unfurnished, ballroom, pool, two dining rooms
Activities: Speak to Vivec, designed for self-furnishing
Type: Palace
Cost: None
Size: 15.9MB 7zip



The Elder Scrolls III
Vivec Nerevarine Palace Version 2.0
(Requires: Morrowind, Tribunal, Bloodmoon)


1. Installation
2. Playing the Plugin
3. Save Games
4. What It Does
5. Credits
6. Usage
7. Bug Reporting/Known Issues


1. Installing the Plugin

To install the plugin, unzip the .esp file into the Morrowind/Data Files directory, ensuring that all subfolders are installed corrected e.g. Data Files\Meshes etc.


2. Playing the Plugin

From the Morrowind Launcher, select Data Files and check the box next to the Vivec Nerevarine Palace.esp file.


3. Save Games

This plugin will not invalidate your old saved games. If you save your game while this plugin is loaded, you may encounter error messages when you reload the saved game without the plugin. But you will be able to continue on with the original game.

**Necessities of Morrowind: There are water sources and ovens include which are NOM compatible. Please ensure that NOM loads last to enjoy this feature. To do this, make NOM the active file in the Construction Set with the necessary .esm files checked, open the file, and save it without making any changes; or use Wrye Mash.
This only affects your game if you use Necessities of Morrowind.


4. What It Does

Completely rebuilds from scratch (version one of) Vivec Nerevarine Palace.

  • Huge part-furnished palace conveniently situated next to the Palace of Vivec.
  • Basic NOM compatibility – i.e. there are water, beer and wine barrels in the cellar compatible with NOM.
  • A near-exact copy of the massive Royal Pavilion from Mournhold Expanded, with most furniture and all misc items stripped out for you to decorate according to your own taste.
  • Four bedrooms, servants quarters, ballroom, two dining rooms, kitchen, cellar, bathing area, study, drawing room, ballroom, display halls.
  • Adds the new canton destination to Devas Irano in the Foreign Quarter; adds a new NPC to the new canton to give transport to Arena, Foreign Quarter, Ebonheart and Suran.
  • Adds a new response to the topic ‘Nerevarine’, so that roleplayers can justify their new palace by speaking to Vivec. If you have the journal entry you get after killing Dagoth Ur, Vivec will explain that he has built the palace in your honour. There is no restriction on your use of the palace.
  • Bedrooms are completely unfurnished. Dining rooms are completely furnished because it simply seemed stupid to me not to have tables and chairs in them – but there are no plates, etc.


5. Credits

Elder Scrolls Community, including Dave Humphrey, Qarl, Korana, Andoreth and many others – inspiration
NOM Team – Necessities of Morrowind stuff
Oom Fooyat – Arched Tileset
Clavis – Mediterranean textures
Kagz – carpets
TextureFreak – Beaded curtain (in bathing area)


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